Gets Another ‘New Look,’ Starting With Homepage

By: David Kaplan |

Less than two years after got a major overhaul to make it more “consumer-facing,” the site is getting another revamp that reflects the changes being put in place by Stephen Adler and Chrystia Freeland, the head of the Reuters News unit and editor of Thomson Reuters Digital, respectively.

In a memo to the staff attributed to Freeland and Keith McAllister, editor and publisher for Reuters’ Consumer Media, the duo says that just the homepage will sport the new look, as it will take a few weeks to move the other parts of the site from the old system. The most noticeable change is in use of colors—the bold, primary red background framing the “Reuters” is gone, in place of a more sober black with gold touches

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